Equities

2015

DECEMBER

24DEC 2015

Markets

Markets view: Year in review 2015

These infographics review a financial year in which market sentiment was dominated by central bank policy, China and global growth worries.

24DEC 2015

Markets

Financial year in numbers - 2015

These infographics provide an overview of the moments that defined the 2015 financial year.

22DEC 2015

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint

January 2016

In this month's Economic viewpoint our economists review the major developments that impacted markets in 2015 including China growth, Federal Reserve rate speculation and geopolitical pressures, as well as previewing what investors can expect in 2016.

16DEC 2015

Markets

Ready for lift off? How interest rate rises impact stockmarkets

Some investors believe that rising interest rates are bad for equity markets. These infographics, however, show that historically in the year following the initial lift-off for rates equity markets have, on average, performed robustly.

14DEC 2015

Markets

Oil and gas companies: the carbon risk

We take a look at how investors can assess a company's overall exposure to carbon risk.

04DEC 2015

Markets

Monthly markets review - November 2015

A look back at markets in November 2015 when global equities were lacklustre and attention remained focused on central banks.

NOVEMBER

26NOV 2015

Markets

Is Black Friday holding retailers to ransom?

Black Friday should be the highlight of the year for retailers, a chance to drive the punters through their doors and out again via their cashiers filling the coffers along the way, but in reality is Black Friday causing more pain than profit for the retail sector?

05NOV 2015

Markets

Monthly markets review - October 2015

An overview of markets in October 2015, when equities posted strong positive returns amid hopes of more accommodative monetary policy from central banks.

OCTOBER

21OCT 2015

Markets

UK dividend income poised for recovery

As we move into the latter phases of the business cycle UK dividend growth looks likely to accelerate again. Matt Hudson, who heads up the Business Cycle Team at Schroders, explains what is driving this dividend recovery.

16OCT 2015

Markets

Schroders Live: Chinese challenges and rate risks

At our latest SchrodersLive event, Peter Harrison and Keith Wade focused on what recent events in China and the prospect of US interest rate rises mean for investors.